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Section 1.3, pp. 31–32 Solutions to Odd Number Problems
1. a) A dictionary is an organized store of meanings of words. It is a database.
b) Stock market listings are an organized store of stock information. They are
c) A catalogue of automobile specifications and prices is an organized store of
records of automotive data. It is a database.
d) Credit card records contain an organized store of spending information. They are
e) An essay on Shakespeare's Macbeth is not an organized store of records. It is not
f) A teacher’s mark book is an organized store of records. It is a database.
g) The Guinness World Records book contains facts, but not organized records. It is
not a database.
h) A list of books on your bookshelf contains only titles, and may not be organized.
It is not a database.
3. Answers will vary.
5. Answers will vary.
7. Answers will vary.
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